Monthly Archives: June 2012

Dark Ages Redux: American Politics and the End of the Enlightenment

by John Atcheson Published June 19 2012 in Common Dreams We are witnessing an epochal shift in our socio-political world. We are de-evolving, hurtling headlong into a past that was defined by serfs and lords; by necromancy and superstition; by … Continue reading

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Obama isn’t responsible for gas prices or unemployment

23 June 2012 Norman Pagett writes In Barack Obama, there seems to be a decent man in office who cares more about humankind in general than about one (wealthy) strata of mankind in particular, even if he is trying to … Continue reading

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Bailout will not solve the Greek crisis

18 June 2012 Norman Pagett writes When the cheering and flag waving and sighs of relief over the Greek ‘problem’ have died down, we should perhaps consider the unchanged reality. Greece has to import half its food, almost all of … Continue reading

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